From the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Eastern Kulin Nations, Next Wave is privileged to traverse the land and waterways of this continent of many nations – to share in the act of art making and culture building – grounded on justice, friendship and care. This always was, and always will be, Aboriginal land.

Visiting Brunswick Mechanics

Next Wave welcomes everyone to our venue.

If you have an appointment to meet us at Brunswick Mechanics, 270 Sydney Road, please ring the doorbell (positioned next to our front door) to be let in. Our offices, theatre and meeting room are on the ground floor, and there are accessible and gender neutral toilets.

Brunswick Mechanics is a wheelchair accessible venue, with an accessible bathroom. The venue operates all on one level. There are no stairs, steps or lifts within the building, however flooring can be uneven in places.

We encourage masking when visiting Brunswick Mechanics and have masks available for anyone who may need during their visit.

Visual Guide - Brunswick Mechanics

Accessible entry to the building is via the front door, which has a ramp to its right (if viewing from Sydney Road.). This is the main entrance and exit to the building for all patrons.

General permit parking is available in the carpark directly behind the venue with entry located on David St.
The car park permit hours of operation are 8am – 5pm. Parking after 5pm is free.

There are 2 x wheelchair accessible parking spaces located at the corner of David St andx Glenlyon Rd, and another 2 x wheel chair accessible parking spaces located a little further down Glenlyon Rd, in front of the Brunswick Community Health Centre.

If navigating to the venue entrance from these parking spaces, you’ll need to head back up Glenlyon Rd (towards Sydney Road), in order to enter the venue.

For further information on parking permits and a list of wheelchair accessible parking spaces in the Moreland district, please visit the Moreland City Council website.

We also welcome suggestions for how we can continue to improve our experience for people with disability.

Arriving at Brunswick Mechanics

There is one tram route that will bring you to the Next Wave Office and our space.

Route #19 from the CBD and Flinders Street Station to North Coburg & Route #19 from North Coburg to the CBD and Flinders Street Station
Stop at Sydney Road and Brunswick Town Hall (stop 23) coming from the city or stop at Sydney Road and Glenlyon Road (stop 21) coming from North Coburg

Route 506 - Moonee Ponds to Westgarth Station (via Brunswick) & Westgarth Station to Moonee Ponds (via Brunswick)
Stop at Sydney Road/Glenlyon Road

Jump on the Upfield Line from Flinders Street Station or Upfield Station and stop at Brunswick Station

There is limited free 2HR parking on David Street (behind our venue). Please do not use the carpark behind the building, as this is permit-only and used by several local businesses and neighbours

The Upfield bike path is very close to us. Exit the bike path at Dawson street and ride towards Sydney Road and Glenlyon Road

  1. Image: Brunswick Mechanics. Photo: Anne Moffat (2020)